It's Palin time: Chris Bodenner over at the Daily Dish goes to town on the Palin family and gender roles, knocking down Bristol's ghostwriter in the process.
By the way...it's just a wild guess, with nothing to go on, but my latest tea-leaf reading is that it's more likely than not that Sarah Palin will still mount some kind of presidential campaign later this year. It might just be on the scale of her recent bus tour, or something like the Donald Trump "campaign" from back in the spring, or even a full-fledged campaign that winds up with her competing in Iowa and on to more, but I guess I'll be surprised if she just skips out on the whole thing. I mean, if Jon Huntsman can convince himself that he has a chance to win, surely Palin must really believe that she has chance. She certainly seems to like the attention.
The flip side is that her financial situation might really make it very difficult, or very costly, to mount a formal campaign -- but surely everything short of that helps her make more money, if that's her goal.
And, yeah, I still think she's a plausible nominee, although a less likely one than she was twelve or six or even two months ago. A longshot, but plausible. There's still no one in the field in the same league with her when it comes to resentment, and I've always believed that one should never bet against resentment in GOP nomination contests.
Back to Bodenner: Nice catch!